The mayor of Dayton, Ohio, needed extra security after President   her The Dayton Daily News reported.

Earlier this month, Mayor  was grappling with the  where nine people were killed when the president traveled to the city to visit with victims and meet with local leaders.

In a , Whaley and Sen.  (D-Ohio) discussed the need for more gun control. Brown also called Trump’s visit “comforting,” and Whaley said that first responders and victims were “grateful the president of the United States came to Dayton.”

Trump, however, lashed

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